The macro itself doesn't provide additional settings or styles, which you could configure. It simply overwrites the title of the page. Depending on from where you are starting the export (from the page with the changed title, from its parent, parent of the parent, etc), the changed title could be rendered in the title page, as heading 1, heading 3, etc.
That's why its not possible to assign a certain style to the text in the macro. If you would like to change the colour of the text of the changed title, you need to do it in Scroll Office template for either page title style, heading 1, heading 2, etc.
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