Updating table of contents changes font
Use TOC styles if you need to create different tables of contents in your document or book.
For example, you can use one TOC style for a list of contents and another for a list of advertisers, illustrations, or photo credits. Creating TOC styles are also useful if you want to use the same TOC formatting in another document.
You can then select this style in the Style pop‑up list to the right of Page Number.
(See Add paragraph and character styles.)If you want the page numbers of the TOC to include prefixes, or to use a different numbering convention, see Define section numbering.
In contrast, a TOC style is a collection of settings used to automatically create a table of contents.
This option adjusts only the display in the dialog box.Don’t confuse TOC styles with paragraph styles that have a “TOC” prefix.TOC-prefixed paragraph styles (for example “TOC title”) are used to format the table of contents entries themselves.This is useful when creating a list of advertisers or illustrations that may not appear as visible text in the document itself.Deselect this option when you’ve used layers to store various versions or translations of the same text.
Second, specify which styles are used in the TOC and how the TOC is formatted. Table of contents entries can be automatically added to the Bookmarks panel for use in documents exported as Adobe PDF.