As dxiv mentioned,
There is however an Office 2016 Deployment Tool which is supposed to allow full customization...
The Office 2016 Deployment Tool allows for customization of which apps you would like to install. It also offers a way to uninstall apps that you no longer want (which should be helpful to those who have already installed all of the apps).
When you download the tool, it will ask for a location to extract files, and will extract a setup.exe and a configuration.xml file. You can edit the xml file to specify which apps you want to remove.
I found this page to be particularly helpful in setting up the configuration.xml file to remove certain apps. It also explains how to use the files:
Then you just have to run the Office Deployment Tool and use that configuration.xml file. For example, users can run the following command from an elevated command prompt on their computers:
\\server01\share\setup.exe /configure \server01\share\NoAccessInfoPath.xml
- \\server01\share is the network share (in this example) that contains the Office Deployment Tool and the customized configuration.xml file (in this example, NoAccessInfoPath.xml).
- Setup.exe is the Office Deployment Tool executable file.
- /configure is the Office Deployment Tool command that is used to perform an installation.
Many of the fields in the xml file are optional. I set up a configuration file like the one below to uninstall all the apps except Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
<Language ID="en-us" />
<ExcludeApp ID="Access" />
<ExcludeApp ID="Groove" />
<ExcludeApp ID="InfoPath" />
<ExcludeApp ID="Lync" />
<ExcludeApp ID="OneDrive" />
<ExcludeApp ID="OneNote" />
<ExcludeApp ID="Outlook" />
<ExcludeApp ID="Publisher" />
<ExcludeApp ID="SharePointDesigner" />
<ExcludeApp ID="Visio" />