To specify a Bayes net (BN), a conditional probability table (CPT), often of an effect conditioned on its
causes, needs to be assessed for each node. It generally has the complexity exponential on
. The non-impeding noisy-AND (NIN-AND) tree is a recently developed causal model that reduces the complexity to linear, while modeling both reinforcing and undermining interactions among causes. Acquisition of an NIN-AND tree model involves elicitation of a linear number of probability parameters and a tree structure. Instead of asking the human expert to describe the structure from scratch, in this work, we develop a two-step menu selection technique that aids structure acquisition.