It would be cleaner if you can wipe the HDD after you get your data off. However if you have too much data to wipe it then we can help you move all of the data to a second partition so you can correctly remove Windows 7 which is done by deleting its partition.
You cannot copy over Programs but must reinstall them from scratch to the SSD.
Currently the SSD's boot files reside on the HD as shown by it holding the System label. To correct this mark C Active: Partition - Mark as Active
Then power down to unplug the HD, boot into BIOS setup to set the SSD first to boot. Then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times
until Windows 7 starts and C holds the System Active boot flags.
You can then plug back in the HD to access it's data or even boot it using the one-time BIOS Boot Menu key. If a Dual Boot menu persists, delete D listing in msconfig>Boot.