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Why not make the field a CHOICE field with two options, YES and NO. I general the yes/no field type is, as very expertly explained here, "not your friend". Because in it's core it is a field of type Boolean (1 or 0, ON or OFF), programmatically you can retrieve the data value with either SPFieldBoolean.GetFieldValueAsText or SPFieldBoolean.GetFieldValue. ...


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There is no way to "configure" those. I'd just add Script Editor web part to the page containing JavaScript that replaces the strings when page is loaded.



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