Hey there, sumoboulder!
Unfortunately, the OS is tied to the motherboard that it was installed from. This means that you won't be able to use it on the Mac, unless it was previously installed there. If you want to dual boot on the Mac, you'd need a genuine Windows installation for it.
Besides that, you also won't be able to transfer the MS Office pack to the Mac OS from a Windows OS. The software is different, thus you'd need a genuine MS Office pack for Mac OS X as well.
I'm sorry to say this, but I guess there's no way to do what you're intending. The best thing would be to start from scratch with your new SSD and clean install the Mac OS X, then you can configure dual-booting with Windows. You can read through this article if you need assistance with that: http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac/how-run-windows-on-mac-using-vmware-boot-camp-3497251/
Hope this was helpful. Best of luck!