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Your post was moved here to OS X Apps since it has nothing to do with running Windows on your Mac.

The first thing you need to do is check your hard drive. The crash report really does not point to anything specific which is why your hard drive may be suspect. Boot to your recovery partition and run Disk Utility. Verify the hard drive. If the hard drive verifies OK, the next step is to check the memory in your machine. You can download the free MemTest for Mac from here.

Since you have reinstalled Office 2011 several times I doubt seriously that the program is at fault. However, a faulty hard drive or bad memory can cause the problem you're experiencing.
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