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The OAG in Texas has the authority to collect on arrears without your involvement. They can administratively raise his payment to account for the arrears with out the court being involved or you asking them to do it. That's likely what happened.
If he has not paid in full, you would be committing perjury if you said he has. You would have to fill out and submit an affidavit saying that he has paid you in full, directly, for his support payments. If he hasn't, that would be untrue.
Now, if you want to waive his past due support, that's different. You can tell the OAG office when you call that you would like to waive your back due support and they can send you the paperwork for that. It's your choice. But you are not obligated to do so.