SSRS 2005 Is there a way to change the text of Boolean Parameter labels in the selection bar?

I created a report in SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services that has multiple boolean parameters. I'd like to change the text from "true" or "false" to "Yes" or "No" is this possible? I don't want a dropdown of values I would prefer to keep it as 2 radio buttons.

A little more detail...

At the top of the reporting page there is a list of parameters to filter the report by. I setup some of the parameters as boolean. So they display at the top like this "LABEL TEXT  O True  O False" what I want it to look like is this "LABEL TEXT  O Yes  O No".

Thanks for the help
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There is no way to change those labels on the radio buttons. You have to choose - radio buttons with hard-coded labels or a drop-down list with custom labels.

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ticgumsAuthor Commented:
Thank you, I thought that was the case just wanted to get a second opinion.
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