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C#, XML and XML Schema

What I am looking to find out is can I use a XML Schema as a template to create an XML document? Is there a way to take the basic XML Schema and customize it each time to get a different XML document? I am working in C# and I have a way to read it pragmatically, is there a way to do what I am wanting through C#? Make a base XML Schema then use functionality like inheritance in C# to create a new schema?  
What I need to do is this, I need to create a new XML document and load it with administrator passwords. These normally do not get changed except for every three months. There are situations where someone at the I.T. level leaves the firm for whatever reason that I have to create a new administrator password.
That being said, is there a way to use an XML Schema to use as a template for a new XML document without having to re-create the XML document through code each time (node by node)?
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Mister_Spock
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Craig WagnerSoftware ArchitectCommented:
I've got a class I wrote several years ago that will produce an XML document given an XmlSchema. Take a look at the various GetXmlString overloads in the attached class, they're the entry points to that functionality.
XmlSchemaUtility.cs
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