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I’m not quite sure what you mean by “what styles it had before” but if you are asking “Can the styles used by the TOC entries be linked to the styles used in the rest of the document so that a change to the non-TOC style will automatically be reflected in the TOC style?” the answer is, unfortunately, no. If you need the TOC styles to be the same as in the rest of the document then you need to manually set them up the same way.

Does this answer your question, or have I misunderstood?

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Ah, sorry.
You can format each TOC level differently by changing the relevant TOC styles.
Double-click in the TOC frame and then click on a TOC entry.
You will see which TOC style has been used for that sort of entry in the Text Styles Panel.
Change the formatting for the TOC styles as you want them.
(If you are not editing a TOC frame you will not see the TOC styles.)

Extra: I’ve attached a simple example document that shows different formatting for different TOC entries.


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