(My workaround for #2 was to search and replace my right indent tabs with a right indent tab followed by an end nested style character, and have the change trigger off the end nested style character. But anything involving an explicit ENS character feels kind of clunky to me.)
For # 1 use Find/Change to search for the style, then change to the same style.
For # 2 you can paste a reight indent tab into the dialog, or use the meta-character ^y
Thanks! Tried #1, worked perfectly!
Haven't tried #2, but I'll take your word for it that that works; I'll be sure to give it a proper try if the situation comes up again.
THANK YOU! This was driving me NUTS in formatting a TOC through the TOC tool. #2 worked like a charm. I'm happy!