In addition to the other suggestions already offered, I noticed one thing.  
This may be nit-picking, but there's a minute difference in the format names - 
you state the Index.Title  has the IndexTitleTOC applied... that period in the 
name is critical.  

Test this by renaming either the format on the reference page to include the 
period and updating the catalog in the TOC or renaming the style in the Index 
to not have the period so the names match.  My preference would be the first so 
the TOC matches the exisitng style in the Index documents.

– Les Smalley

 From: Thomas Scalise <thomas.scal...@crossmatch.com>
To: "framers@lists.frameusers.com" <framers@lists.frameusers.com> 
Sent: Wednesday, October 8, 2014 4:50 PM
Subject: TOC Element that will not behave

Esteemed colleagues,
I am running FrameMaker on Windows 7 Professional. IN my table of 
Contents for a book, the Index title refuses to appear properly formatted. The 
format (IndexTitleTOC) is applied to the Index.Title when it appears in the 
TOC. However, the Index.Title reverts to some earlier definition of the 
IndexTitleTOC format. No matter what I do, it always returns to a format 
different from the rest of the same-level items in the TOC. Can anyone suggest 
what the solution is?
Tom Scalise
Manager, Technical Documentation
Cross Match Technologies, Inc.
3950 RCA Boulevard, Suite 5001
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
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