I made a quick video to demonstrate exactly what happens when you use the Beaver Builder plugin to create page then deactivate it. Once deactivatved, I go ahead and reactivate it to see if it keeps the format.
SPOILER BELOW (If you don’t want to see the video)
It keeps the format =)
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