Possible yes, you could clone, but in general I don't advice this. You'd miss trim and other SSD specific flags that are set when installing a fresh and it would also be a good time to clean up any old crap you got on there. And make for a much leaner install.
I'd try fresh install with the old drive unplugged first. Try it out for a few days see what programs you miss etc. and see if you can't get it to work like you want, you can always plug the old drive still back in and clone. Remember reinstalling office and other stuff is no problem on the same hardware and with an SSD it goes fast.
ok, i have Win 7 64 bit OEM, so it will still work like that, yeah?