Changing the header information in SSRS

When I develop a SSRS report, it automatically identifies the field name to the header line; how can I change the header information?  For example, if the field name is PHONE_NUMBER; I want it to be "PHONE".  Any help you can provide is appreciated.
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Jim HornMicrosoft SQL Server Data DudeCommented:
Afaik this can't be automated, especially with an expression, so you'll have to manually change it to phone.

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accu2020Author Commented:
That works, in visual studio, but when I go to save the file in either XLS or PDF, it resets to the field name.  Any ideas?
accu2020Author Commented:
If the program called Report Server isn't in the list of available programs, all I can suggest is inserting a header row and typing the names to match the targeted data source.
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