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In order to give my memoir based book a more professional look, I disabled the printout of chaptername, chapternumber and chapter title via the commands

\renewcommand{\printchaptername}{}

\renewcommand{\printchapternum}{}

\chapter[TOC title][Header Title]{}

and in the beginning of each file I used the command

\begin{center}
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{chapterTitle.eps}
\end{center}

where chapterTitle.eps was a figure saying for example

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

with the appropriate colors and positioning of the strings. Is it possible to do the same thing with the TOC, namely to disable the printing of

\contentsname

and display a figure-based version of it? I think that this would give to the TOC a more professional appearance

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As far as I understand what you want, then modify \contentsname along the lines of:

\renewcommand*{\contentsname}{\includegraphics{TocTitle.eps}}

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