My guess is that you need to run the disk installer in order to be able to "customize" the installation and therefore remove OneNote, so I would try that.
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had to register to thank you Aura. your patience and willingness to help is astounding. I had the exact same issue as the OP and if their result was the same then they did not get onenote removed. I cant get the install disk so I will just have to ignore it. first world problem I guess
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