The FH2 file suffix features documents of the Freehand vector logo and illustration program in version 2 of Aldus. These files contain 2D vector drawings.
Freehand was originally developed by Altsys and distributed by Aldus. In 1994 Freehand was bought by Macromedia. After Adobe took over the company, the development of Freehand was discontinued in favor of Adobe Illustrator. Freehand is still available in the MX version, but only supports older versions of Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OSX.
Usually the number of the Freehand version is appended to the extension fh, eg Fh8. Many programs only support opening files with these special endings.