Search all fields for keyword Baylor using phpMyAdmin

I want to search ALL fields for keyword Baylor (case not sensitive) and here is the only screen I have available http://screencast.com/t/boxq0xUuG.  How can I make that happen as opposed to being restricted to a column?
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chaauCommented:
If your frontend allows you to create a custom expression and use the MySQL Functions, you can create an expression using CONCAT_WS where you include all the columns and search it for your keyword.

The pseudo code of this search will look like this:
SELECT * From Table1 WHERE LOWER(CONCAT_WS(',', CompanyName, FirstName, LastName, etc)) LIKE '%baylor%'

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You also need to use LOWER function to make the search string lower case and search against a lower case string.

BTW, I can see that there is an SQL tab page on your screen. Just use it to type the SQKL directly
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