Confluence: HTML macro - CSS for PDF Output

I have pages where I use the HTML macro to include multiple formatted subheadings within a page. For my PDF export I've set the text to 10pt. Unfortunately, the text within the HTML macro also gets reduced to 10 pt in the export. 

  • Can CSS be used to not effect the text within the HTML macro? OR
  • In other words, is there a way to increase/decrease the text size for the HTML macro when exporting to PDF?

 

Current CSS for PDF text size increase:

body,p,li,td,table,tr,.bodytext,.stepfield
{
font-size:10pt;
font-weight=normal;
}

HTML macro text:

<font color="#66cc00" face="Arial" size="5">Some Text</font>

 

 

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